Flowers of the fig tree
Ficus variegata or Common Red Stem fig (scientific name: Ficus variegata) is native to India, southern China, Indonesia and Malaysia and is a deciduous trees of the family Moraceae. It inhabits the humid forest of the tropical region. The trunk is light gray brown, the leaves are green and heart-shaped. Small fruits are bundled directly on the trunk and come out. As it is a genus, flowers bloom in the fruits as well as fig tree. The fruits are small, shaped like fruits in figs when cut into two. The fruits are red when the ones that were initially green are ripe. Unfortunately, this fruit is not human edible, it feeds livestock, wild monkeys and wild birds. In the old days, in the past, trunks were made on cloth and paper as a material, and trunks and fruits were made to be a medicine for dysentery, however now it is common to see trees with small cute fruits. The members of the genus Ficus, Ficus cyathistipula and others, the representative variety is fig tree.
Common name: Ficus variegata, Scientific name: Ficus variegata, Place of origin: India, southern China, Indonesia, Malaysia tropical regions, habitats: humid forest, aka: Common Red Stem fig, green fruited fig, variegated fig, 杂色 (Chinese), Living type: Deciduous trees, bark color: light gray brown, height of trees, tree height: 10 m, leaf color : Green, leaf shape: heart shape, dioecious strain, flowering time: anniversary, inflorescence type: crown flower inflow, flower color: light yellow, flower diameter: 1 cm, fruit color: green → red, use: foliage plants, cloth / paper (bark), medicine for dysentery (from bark and fruit), livestock and wild monkey, wild bird food (fruit), special note: symbiosis with fig kkiqi, remarks: like water and sunlight